Inspirational author Shannon L. Alder said: “There is no perfection, only beautiful versions of brokenness.”
That’s the truth. All of us have gone through heartbreak at some point, experienced difficult moments, and had dark days we thought would never end. And while our individual life stories may be woven uniquely, we ultimately have the same story elements and patterns such as love lost and found, birth and death, abuse and healing — and the same emotions that come with these experiences.
For first time author Kimberly Smith, life has been a series of traumatic events. When she finally decided to write these down in her book Beautifully Broken: Forged through Fire, Up from Ashes, telling her story freed her from the negative hold her experiences had on her, and gave her the power to heal not just her own heart, but also touch other women’s lives.
In this episode, Kim and I talk about:
I invite you to be inspired today by Kim’s story — one that speaks of hope despite the tragedies and light after the darkness. It’s a story that all of us will be able to relate to, and may even encourage us to share our own and be a light for someone else.
Kim’s book: https://beautifullybrokenx3.com/book/
Kim’s website: https://beautifullybrokenx3.com/
Kim’s Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/BeautifullyBrokeninTX
LIGHTbeamers Community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LIGHTbeamersCommunity